Italy, Vittorio Emanuele II, 20 Lire, 1863, Turin, Gold, KM:10.1.
The coin of Vittorio Emanuele II on the obverse bears the bare head of the king facing left, with the writing 'VITTORIO EMANUELE II' around the outside, with the date at the bottom. Beneath the neck, the engraver's name 'FERRARIS' is inscribed.
The reverse of the coin features the crowned Savoy coat of arms and the necklace of the Supreme Order of the Most Holy Annunciation, with laurel and oak branches around the outside, and the writing 'REGNO D'ITALIA'. The value is inscribed beneath the coat of arms. At the bottom, the Mint sign is to the left and the monogram of the Bank of Italy is to the right.
These coins were struck in Turin (Mint sign 'T') from 1861 to 1870, in Rome ('R') from 1870 to 1878 and in Milan ('M') from 1872 to 1875.
The gold purity is 900/1000, diameter 21 mm, weight 6.45 g, and the edge is ridged.
- Italia - Reino de Italia
- Valor nominal 2
- Año / Periodo y Variación
- 1863 Vittorrio Emanuele II
- Metal precioso
- N.º de artículos
- MBC (Muy buena conservación)